One healthcare leader was set on becoming an artist. One considered a career as a flight attendant. Another saw herself as a comedian. Fortunately, they chose healthcare, but it could have been a very different world if these (and other) leaders had followed their original paths.
With the exception of a rare few, most career paths are riddled with bumps, potholes, and detours. Fortunately, they’re also filled with opportunities for those who are paying attention – and are willing to try a different direction. In this post, leaders shed light on the conversations that altered their lives.
Outside threats may grab the headlines, but attacks that come from within an organization pose perhaps the greatest risk, because “they already have a foot in the door,” said our panelists during a panel on mitigating inside threats. “It’s the insiders you have to be ready for.”
Forget the vendor relationships of the past. Today, it’s about finding a partner who is “really trying to understand our current problems and opportunities, and help us solve those problems,” said our panelists during a recent discussion.
With remote and hybrid work models becoming the norm, IT and security leaders face mounting pressures to safeguard expanding networks, according to Chris Frenz and Chuck Christian. One critical step? Making sure security is a “shared responsibility.”